Platinum-awarded French producer Feder is ready to unveil the remixes for his latest hit single “Lordly,” featuring Alex Aiono. Out now via Warner, the remix package includes reworks by upcoming electronic talent including The Parakit, TRXD and Wielki, as well as an instrumental version of the single.
Parisian duo The Parakit, focus on string synths and dominant club beats in their rework. Elsewhere, Nordic duo TRXD’s rework is surrounded by swarming synth melodies and a heavy duty bassline. Finally, Parisian producer Wielki adds reverbed chords and a disjointed, melodic synth hook to his remix, creating a dark atmosphere. Upcoming producers Khåen, Magtfuld and MDZN have also added their unique spins to “Lordly.”
Since its release, “Lordly” has amassed nearly 5 million Spotify streams, peaked at #1 on the Shazam Trending chart and the official music video has received over 4.5 million views and counting.
1. Lordly (Instrumental Mix)
2. Lordly (feat. Alex Aiono) (Khåen Remix)
3. Lordly (feat. Alex Aiono) (Magtfuld Remix)
4. Lordly (feat. Alex Aiono) (MDZN Remix)
5. Lordly (feat. Alex Aiono) (The Parakit Remix)
6. Lordly (feat. Alex Aiono) (TRXD Remix)
7. Lordly (feat. Alex Aiono) (Wielki Remix)
Feder – real name Hadrien Federiconi – originates from Nice where he grew up with love of the local and international house and hip-hop scenes. Feder decided to make the move to Paris in order to make his mark as a producer. Released towards the end of 2013, his debut track “Sixto” – a rework of Rodriguez’s “Can’t Get Away” earned a strong following online and was approved by Rodriguez himself. But it was his original release, “Goodbye” that placed Feder into several music charts worldwide. A massive hit, “Goodbye” charted at #1 on the iTunes Charts in 28 countries, #1 on the Shazam Charts in Europe and is the #50 most shazamed track of all time. His follow up “Blind” shared similar success with earning Top 10 status in 12 countries and earning a place in the Top 5 in the French Spotify chart. Also a keen remixer, Feder has reworked tracks for the likes of David Guetta and Rudimental.